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April 2, 2007

A Sabermetric Scribe

Steven Goldman of Baseball Prospectus talks about the chase for 756, the impact of 'Moneyball,' and why Don Mattingly made him a baseball fan.

Vincent Valk

Baseball Prospectus is known for using modern numerical tools to analyze the game, but the site also has a "liberal arts wing," charged with writing up BP's often counterintuitive results. So says Steven Goldman, co-editor of Baseball Prospectus 2007: The Essential Guide to the 2007 Baseball Season, who's traveling around the country to promote this latest edition.

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